Nelson Mandela: From Terrorist to Saint In A Few Short Years

slovo4What hypocrites our “democracy” political masters are! They came from all over the world to praise this dead Mossad-trained communist terrorist. Nelson Mandela was no more than a  Zionist-controlled puppet.

This so-called “gentle person” engaged in terrorist bombings and had majority support for his ruthlessness from his Zionist friends who openly declared:

[T]he great majority of white South Africans involved in “the struggle” were Jewish. Many were Communists.

The Mandelas were known for their beastly brutality against Blacks and Whites through bombings and “necklacing.” Such acts are not from a “gentle man” but from a psychopathic killer. He will rot in hell, together with his famous “necklacer”—the infamous “fake signer“—when the grim reaper finally arrives for him.

More here, here and here.


Kwanzaa: “Racist Holiday From Hell,” Says Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson

Kwanzaa is a “racist holiday from hell” says black cleric Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, as recorded in the George Mason University History News Network.

So why do many Christians unwittingly celebrate Kwanzaa which begins December 26? Is it right for Christians to celebrate something started by Marxist political activist Ron Everett / Maulana Karenga, a convicted murderer and torturer of women?

According to J. Lawrence Scholer writing in the Dartmouth Review  of January 15, 2001, Kwanzaa’s “official black, green, and red flag promotes racial separatism and violence.” The seven-branch Kinara was probably borrowed from the self-worship religion of the Babylonian Talmud, notes researcher Michael Hoffman.

Interestingly, about 98 percent of Black Americans celebrate Christmas, not Kwanzaa.

So together, let’s celebrate the One who promoted love and peace for the whole world. Merry Christmas!

Icelanders Overthrow Government Using Only Pots And Pans

[Source]  Icelanders Overthrow Government and Rewrite Constitution After Banking Fraud-No Word From US Media

IcelandCan you imagine participating in a protest outside the White House and forcing the entire U.S. government to resign? Can you imagine a group of randomly chosen private citizens rewriting the U.S. constitution to include measures banning corporate fraud? It seems incomprehensible in the U.S., but Icelanders did just that.  Icelanders forced their entire government to resign after a banking fraud scandal, overthrowing the ruling party and creating a citizen’s group tasked with writing a new constitution that offered a solution to prevent corporate greed from destroying the country. The constitution of Iceland was scrapped and is being rewritten by private citizens; using a crowd-sourcing technique via social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter. These events have been going on since 2008, yet there’s been no word from the U.S. mainstream media about any of them. In fact, all of the events that unfolded were recorded by international journalists, overseas news bureaus, citizen journalists and bloggers. This has created current accusations of an intentional cover up of the story by mainstream U.S. news sources.

An “iReport” on CNN, written by a private citizen in May 2012, has questioned the reasons why this revolution has not been widely covered in the U.S., suggesting that perhaps the mainstream media is controlled by large corporate interests and thus has been unwilling to report on Iceland’s activities. That report is currently making its way around social media. CNN today placed a statement on its website saying: “We’ve noticed this iReport is being shared widely on Facebook and Twitter. Please note that this article was posted in May 2012. CNN has not yet verified the claims and we’re working to track down the original writer.” It is interesting to note that CNN’s European version, CNN Europe, already covered the story of the protests and the government’s resignation, leading many to question why CNN would now need to “look into” the claims.

Besides CNN Europe’s own coverage of the scandal, the events in Iceland were widely covered by international media and are easily verified by a simple search on Google which leads to a variety of reputable international news sources that ran numerous stories on the Icelandic revolution. A whole documentary has been made on the governmental overthrow called Pots, Pans and Other Solutions, and now, the conversation is focused on whether or not the citizens’ actions actually worked to make Iceland a more equitable nation.


To understand the enormity of what happened in Iceland, it’s best to draw parallels between the initial banking fraud that caused Iceland’s economy to collapse and the banking fraud in the U.S. that caused the mortgage crisis six years ago. In Iceland, unscrupulous bankers had inflated the value of Iceland’s banks internationally which in turn caused the “bubble” to eventually burst in 2008 and saw most of Iceland’s banks going bankrupt.

A similar situation happened in the U.S. just one year before the collapse in Iceland, with the mortgage crisis of 2007. Mortgage lenders in the U.S. knowingly lent money to prospective homeowners who could not afford to purchase a home. This, in turn, led to falsely inflated home values and a vicious cycle of too much lending. Just as in Iceland, the bubble burst and many U.S. banks were about to declare bankruptcy. In Iceland, the citizens took to the streets by the thousands, banging pots and pans in what is known as the “pots and pans revolution,” leading to the arrest and prosecution of many unscrupulous bankers responsible for the economic collapse. Icelandic citizens also refused to pay for the sins of the bankers and rejected any measures of taxation to bail them out. In the U.S., the government bailed out the banks and arrested no one.

The pots and pans revolution in Iceland was not covered by mainstream U.S. media. In fact, any information about this revolution is found only on international newspapers, blogs and online documentaries, not on mainstream front-page articles as would be expected from news organizations covering a story of this magnitude. The New York Times published a small handful of piecemeal stories, blogs and opinion pieces, but mostly glossed over the main narrative by saying the 2008 financial collapse in Iceland caused “mayhem far beyond the country’s borders” rather than pointing out that Icelanders took to the streets with pots and pans and forced their entire government to resign.


As the saying goes, “there are two sides to every story,” but a more accurate articulation of this phrase would be “in any story, there are multiple sides, viewpoints, opinions and perspectives.” The story in Iceland is no exception. Socialist and Marxist blogs here in the U.S. say that there’s been a massive U.S. news conspiracy and cover up about the revolution in Iceland because the U.S. media is controlled by corporations, including banks, and the “powers that be” don’t want U.S. citizens getting any ideas to stage a revolution of their own. Some conservative Icelandic bloggers claim that while there was, indeed, a revolution, it did not lead to a successful or widely accepted new constitution. They say the situation in Iceland is worse than ever, and that international news reports of an effective democratic uprising leading to a better government are simply myths. Social media commenters are scratching their heads over why they were robbed of the story of Iceland’s pots and pans revolution.

As with most narratives, the truth may lie somewhere in the middle of all of these varying perspectives. One thing is clear, though: it’s nearly impossible to find one mainstream U.S. news report of the pots and pans revolution in Iceland, the resignation of Iceland’s entire government, and the jailing of the bankers responsible for the economic collapse there. Whether or not the revolution led to a more fair government or a workable and effective constitution is irrelevant to the fact that the U.S. media has essentially skipped over this story for the past five years.

Is it possible that mainstream media sources purposely covered up the Iceland story to appease their corporate sponsors? It doesn’t seem likely, and yet, what explanation could be given as to why this news never made it to the front pages of our most trusted media organizations here in the U.S.?

As Iceland struggles to regain its footing with a new government, U.S. citizens may or may not be able to look to Iceland as an example of perfect democracy in action. The real question, though, is why weren’t U.S. citizens given the information about the ousting of the Icelandic government and the jailing of the unscrupulous bankers? Are journalists in control of the mainstream media or is there some truth to accusations that big business may, in fact, be strong-arming reporters to keep quiet about world events that could inspire similar actions here in the U.S.?

By: Rebecca Savastio

Update by Awkward Facts:

It seems Iceland’s constitutional rewrite experiment has been sabotaged by the political parties or Icelanders themselves.

Black Day For The Green Party Of Canada

MayCJPMEElizabeth May, award-winning Canadian Member of Parliament and leader of the Green Party of Canada has succumbed to the wishes of a sneaky foreign outfit operating in Canada. This, I would guess, makes Green Party members wonder who she is really working for! Further, as the record shows (transcript & audio from Jewish Tribune), Ms. May outright lied about it, thus establishing that the principle of the ancient Noble Lie is alive in Canadian politics. Because of Ms. May’s untruthful misrepresentation, she has been cancelled as a keynote speaker by CJPME, an internationally known organization working for peace in the Middle East. This is a shame, because Ms. May could have been the moral conscience of the Canadian parliament. She could have been a voice for justice against the racist and supremacist ideology of Zionism, the ideology which, unfortunately, has infected many Members of Parliament. Was the Zionist pressure to conform too much for Ms. May? Read more here.